Over the years, breast health has become an increasingly important aspect of every woman's life. That's why the Capital Regional Comprehensive Breast Center offers the breast health services needed to bring greater peace of mind and improved breast health to the women of our community. From mammography services that help in the early detection of breast cancer to extensive educational information and much more – we provide you with vital resources concerning breast health, treatment procedures, and care options.
Featuring a spa-like environment that is designed just for women, the Capital Regional Comprehensive Breast Center features a full range of screening and diagnostic services, including:
- Digital Mammography & Computer Aided Detection (CAD)
- Breast Ultrasound
- Ultrasound and Stereotactic Guided Biopsy
- Needle Localization
- Bone Density Scans (DEXA)
- Easy Access to Breast MRI, next door at Capital Regional
- Care Coordination
- Resource Library
- Certified fitter for wigs, bras, and breast prosthesis
Lymphedema Management Program Services Available Including:
- General and medical history
- Girth measurments
- Range of motion
- Functional independence
- Skin evaluation
Lymphedema Mangement Program (PDF – 462 KB)
Our Patient Navigator provides support throughout the care continuum by guiding patients through procedures and treatment options. The Navigator's role compliments the care leadership of physicians to ensure complete care for each patient.
Our accreditations include:
- Breast Center Accredited by the American College of Radiology
- Certified as Medicare Mammography Screening Facility
- FDA Certified Mammography Facility
- Certified Softer Mammogram Provider
Make Your Appointment Today
We are open Monday – Friday, 7:30am – 5:00pm and offer same-day appointments. Schedule your annual screening mammogram today, call (850) 325-5800. We look forward to serving your breast health needs.
Kimberlee Quinlan of Tallahassee will always remember January 26, 2013. That Thursday afternoon, she was saddling up her beloved horse Poppe when he got spooked and bolted. Later that same day, Kimberlee learned that she had breast cancer. Read Kimberlee's enitre story...